Saturday, July 18, 2015

Forest of Nisene Mark Park - Trailhead

From the park website...

The park offers rugged semi-wilderness, rising from sea level to steep coastal mountains of more than 2,600 feet. Once the site of logging operations until the 1920s, visitors can still find evidence of logging operations, mill sites and trestles in the park. The land was donated to the state by the Marks family in 1963.


Trail: Trailhead - Aptos Creek Fire Road - Loma Prieta Grade - Mill Pond Trail - Aptos Creek Fire Road to Bottom of Incline - Aptos Creek Trail - To Five Finger Falls and Back - (Loop Back) - Trailhead

Distance: 11 miles

Big thanks to California Parks and Recreation

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~~ CK

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